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Proceeding southwards they also    annexed  the    districts  of
Pottapi and Pulugulu.

Praudha Devaraya, who ascended the throne of Vijaya-
cagara, sent his armies to Udayagiri, whence they inarched
into the two districts mentioned above, and the three Reddi
chiefs were consequently obliged to retire to their country.

Kaijiycit of ChitfalU, L. R. 22, pp. 166, 171-2.

41.    INSCRIPTIONS OF MALLA REDDI (i).

SUMMARY.

Duriug the reign of Anavemareddi, Mallareddi a
grandson 01 Vemareddi made a grant of a field of 20 kuntas to
god Karale.srarudeva of Lembaka, at the time of lunar eclipse,
on Thursday :?u 15 of Jyestha of the year Sarvajit . 1329,
for the merit of his father Annareddi,

In int -Mlage of Attirala in tht Cttddajah District, L. R. 20, p. 333.

42.    INSCRIPTIONS OF MALLA REDDI (ii).

Mallu, a sou of Singama Setti of Vetanda-gotra, built the
j?r5i5ra of the ^Cennatesava temple, on su 11 Asadha, of
the year Vijaya S. l.-;B5, while Mallareddi, the son of Annareddi

governing the country.

Inscription, at LZKSka, Cuddapah District Z. R. 20, p. 338.

43.   M&T^PALLI INSCRIPTIOST OF PRINCE DgVARlYA.
The dharma sasana of Devaraya Vodaya, sou of Maha-
rijadhiraja Paramesvara Harihararaya, the lord of the four
oceans, to \the inhabitants of) Motupalli given on Friday
Migba Su i^of the year DurmTikhi, Saka 1312.
According to the custom obtaining in the port of Motu-
palli, for all the articles brought down from the ships, the
**mifl will always be charged at the rate of five ; for the
imported golden faziwijt (?) articles, (the sunka is) eight per
; the *unk#$ in the royal karuku are 650 (?) ; for a
o* cotd five rttka* and an a$$aga ; for sealed articles two